The team at ServeHAITI is pleased to announce our new brand identity, debuting this evening at the Together We Can! annual fundraiser.
Our logo, introduced in 2010, has been with us for quite a long time, and was in need of an update. We wanted to refresh our branding, website, and materials to better reflect our ever-growing mission and the work that we do in Grand-Bois.
We worked with an Atlanta-based graphic designer to better reflect our organization and the work that we do.
A Hibiscus shape to represent Haiti’s “unofficial” national flower.
A healthy EKG line to represent our commitment to the health and wellbeing of all residents in Grand-Bois, Haiti.
Droplets of water cascading downwards, representing the work we do to bring fresh water to homes and schools.
Upward arrows, representing the promise that strong Economic Development can bring to a region.
Rapidly moving lines, to demonstrate the wealth of knowledge received from reading books and learning.
All of these elements together reflect and reaffirm our work in this space, and we are excited for this next chapter.
Today, we take the time to celebrate the work ServeHAITI has done in the past 20 years. Tomorrow, we move forward with a fresh new website, launching later this month.
We’d like to let you know when our new website is live! Please share your information below for updates.